Final Fantasy XV DLC ‘Episode Ignis’ launches December 13

Ignis faces his own fight on the streets of Altissia.

Final Fantasy XV DLC 'Episode Ignis'

Final Fantasy XV add-on “Episode Ignis” will launch on December 13, Square Enix announced during the PlayStation Media Showcase at Paris Games Week 2017 pre-show.

The add-on features music composed by Yasunori Mitsuda of Chrono Trigger fame.

Here’s an overview of the add-on, via Square Enix:

About

Slated for release on December 13, the newest DLC episode allows players to experience a brand-new storyline from the perspective of Ignis, featuring new music from legendary composer Yasunori Mitsuda (Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, Xenogears).

Key Features

  • A brand-new storyline unknown to Noctis as he remains unconscious after the Trial of Leviathan. Ignis faces his own fight on the streets of Altissia, driven by his unwavering dedication to protect Noctis at all costs.
  • Fast-paced action – Ignis’s spelldaggers can be imbued with elemental properties, and his unique ability “Total Clarity” allows him to target and attack multiple enemies at once.
  • A new comrade, Ravus – following the guest appearances of Cor in Episode Gladiolus and Aranea in Episode Prompto, Ravus will join forces with Ignis, putting allegiances aside in order to save the ones they care about.
  • Master Your Fate – this episode features multiple endings, allowing players to see a different outcome of events.

Final Fantasy XV is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will launch for PC in early 2018.

Watch a new set of trailers below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

Trailer

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